After 7 years in business, Eco-Pro Construction has closed.
Thank you to our valued customers who have trusted us with solving your crawl space, basement, and insulation issues. We have appreciated your business.
Crawl Space Sump Pumps
Eco-Pro Construction provides professional installation of crawl space and basement sump pumps in homes throughout Maryland. Crawl spaces are notoriously damp and at-risk for flooding or water collection and dehumidifiers alone are often not enough to handle damp crawl spaces. We specialize in determining the best sump pump for the space and work with only quality brands and products while still offering the best pricing. Our expert team of certified technicians get the job done quickly and efficiently.
If you suspect a moisture issue in your home, give us a call today. We offer complimentary inspections to determine the extent of the damage and make recommendations for a plan of action. Along with the inspection, Eco-Pro Construction LLC offers a no hassle, no obligation estimate for the complete installation of a quality sump pump.
What is a Sump Pump and How Does it Work?
A sump pump is a small pump, usually installed in the lowest part of your crawl space or basement. Its job is to help keep the area under the building dry and to prevent it from flooding. Usually, sump pumps are installed in specially constructed sump pump basins. Water flows into the sump pump basin through a drain system and it pumps the water out of the basin and away from the building.
Why Should I Install a Sump Pump?
Flooding under your home can be detrimental to the stability of the structure, electrical wiring, HVAC, and more. Damage caused by flooding is not only expensive but annoying, especially if it could have been easily prevented. Not all homes are at-risk of flooding, so Eco-Pro Construction LLC recommends having a professional inspect the area and determine the need. We review the condition of the crawl space or basement and evaluate the level of risk before making an installation recommendation. We want homeowners to be informed AND protected.
What Happens if my Sump Pump Fails?
The most common mechanical problem that causes a sump pump failure is a stuck switch. This primarily occurs when the pump shifts inside the basin, causing the float that operates the switch to become ineffective by lodging itself against the side of the pump. For this reason, Eco-Pro Construction LLC recommends that a water alarm be installed in addition to the sump pump. A water alarm is the perfect early detection to minimize the risk of water damage. Water alarms help detect water leaks or high levels of water before costly damages occur. They have loud audible alarms to allow you to hear when there is a potential problem.
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